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-enriched machines that could lead to advances for tehran's nuclear capacities. >> that report from the country's official news agency came as talks got under way between the international atomic energy agency and officials in tehran on wednesday. >> a discussion point was a facility where officials believe iran is developing nuclear warheads. tehran insists it has a right to pursue a peaceful nuclear program. m a the nuclear plant is the most visible component of aaron's nuclear program -- >> the nuclear plant is the most visible component of iran was a nuclear program. while president ahmadinejad says his country has the right to develop nuclear power for peaceful purposes, western powers suspect he is developing a nuclear bomb, but regardless of iran's intentions, tehran already has plenty of nuclear materials and technology in place. uranium ore mines. this facility reprocesses uranium. iran is planning to install even more powerful centrifuges allowing it to enrich uranium to up to 20%. the fuel could be used for fuel rods, but it could also be a step towards producing a nuclear weapon. th
in a room with the volatile president and david joins us from tehran to tell us more. >> reporter: good morning again from tehran. on the eve of the tenuous talks, we witnessed something we had never seen before today. iranians and americans on the same world stage. thousands of iranians cheering on a young man from america. here on the streets of tehran, nuclear tensions mounting even before the talks start. we learned today of something that almost never happens here, a moment during which iran and america were sharing the same stage. after several requests, hours of waiting, we were allowed in. down the stairs, through the hallways, and suddenly we hear an unfamiliar introduction. >> from the united states -- >> reporter: the u.s. team being announced. but at the door, one more delay for us. guards tell us our female producer can't go in. >> no women. no. >> reporter: but we keep asking and they finally allow her in. one of the only women in the entire arena. a handshake from one of the american coaches who recognizes us. on the mat, americans already competing in front of iran. the
continuing fears tehran has been developing a nuclear bomb, will the new talks achieve anything? former united states embassador to the united nations and fox news contributor john bolton joins us. >> good morning. >> on tuesday they'll sit down in kazakhstan and do what? >> i'm very worried as we've discussed before that the united states and our european friends will propose a critical concession to iran that we will permit iran to continue to enrich uranium to a reactor grade level if iran promises to give up enriching to a higher level. that sounds like progress but it's not. iran will remain close to a capability to enrich to weapons grade levels. worst of all, by agreeing to any kind of enrichment, week conceding the legitimacy of iran's nuclear program, which from the start has been a weapons program t represents a retreat from the u.s. and european position of over ten years. it represents a retreat from the u.n. security council and resolution of over six years ago. this is a deal tehran would like. they would like more as well. they would like relief from the sanctions and i'm
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is reporting live from tehran tonight. david? >> reporter: diane, good evening again from iran this evening. and we begin with that new u.n. report, the inspectors who say they discovered advanced centrifuges installed at one of iran's main nuclear facilities. they say it's proof that iran can now speed up the process to a nuclear weapon. iran, of course, saying it has no such ambition, but the state department, diane, reacting quickly tonight, calling this further escalation, a provocative step, just days before the u.s. and iran are back at the negotiating table. and tonight, right here, you'll hear from the iranian people we spoke with today, many of whom say they're the ones caught in the middle. allowed rare access to the streets here, today, we went in search of one of the biggest pharmacies in central tehran, having heard life-saving medicine is now running out. >> hello. >> reporter: this doctor runs the pharmacy. >> right now, we have shortage almost of every category of medicine. >> reporter: and he points straight to those tightening u.s. sanctions, meant to force iran's leaders
of military force. khomeini spoke on thursdayn the catal tehran the supreme leader say that u.s. politicians should know that pressure and negotiation are not compatible. he also said the ball is in the u.s. court, suggesting he wants to see further action by the country. his remarks come days after u.s. vice president joe biden said the united states is prepared to hold bilateral negotiations with tehran if the talks are real and tangible. negotiators from iran and six major powers including the u.s. will resume talks on february 26th after an eight-month suspension to discuss iran's nuclear program. >>> environmentalists hope up solar power as a shining example of renewable energy but competition clouded the outlook for people who make polar panels. executives at a japanese firm have their operations elsewhere in an effort to be more efficient. more from nhk world's chikashi takaoka. >> reporter: the factory started shipping home use solar panels on thursday. output will eventually reach some 3 million units a year. demand for solar power is rising rap rapidly, especially in japan and euro
is pushing negotiations with the threat of military force. khomeini spoke on thursday in the capital tehran. the supreme leader say that u.s. politicians should know that pressure and negotiation are not compatible. he also said the ball is in the u.s. court, suggesting he wants to see further action by the country. his remarks came days after u.s. vice president joe biden said the united states is prepared to hold bilateral negotiations with tehran, if the talks are real and tangible. negotiators from iran and six major powers including the u.s. will resume talks on february 26th. after an eight-month suspension to discuss iran's nuclear program. >>> mario draghi said he expects the region's weakness to prevail for some time. policy makers at the bank decided to keep the key interest rate unchanged. it is at a record low to support europe's ailing economy. the members of the central bank decided the rate should be maintained at 0.75% for the seventh month in a row. mario draghi said the decision is essential to support the region's economic activity which remains weak. >> the economic weak
-president said washington was open to negotiations. the u.s. has accused tehran of seeking nuclear weapons. iran says its research program is solely for peaceful purposes. we will go to egypt now where leaders of 57 muslim nations have called for serious dialogue between syria's government and the opposition. >> capping off a two-day summit in cairo, the organization of international cooperation urged syrian officials to pave the way for a political transition to put an end to the syrian civil war. the statement comes as the country yet again saw more fierce violence. in europe, the european central bank chief mario draghi says the recent rise in the value of the european currency, the euro, shows markets are indeed confident in the currency's stability. he pledged to keep a close eye on the economic impact of a strong euro. that pushed the currency slightly lower in trading. >> but he also said he expects the eurozone to return to growth later in 2013 after a weak start to the year. ecb has left eurozone interest rates unchanged at 0.75%. any decision by the ecb, even when to hold interest rate
diplomatic core in tehran would have been in dangerous. >> reporter were unable to pry any more information from that get away. kenneth taylor sheltered the americans for three months in tehran. he was also in charge of spiriting the six americans from that country. taylor gave answers and was very nonchalant about his own danger. >> there were a lot of memories. difficult to identify one particular event. there was a series of quite a few different events. >> would you stop at any stage? >> it had its moments. >> reporter: the crowd burst into clap and tears. a happy welcome, shouts of fellow state department employees echoing through the diplomatic rotunda. canada and canadians were cheered like much of the americans. many people including the returnees were wearing maple leaves in honor of canada. there was concern somebody might say something that would make the iranian jailers angry at the 53 americans still jailed in iraq. one of the six, robert anders read a careful statement. >> it is difficult to fully express our appreciation for the risks the canadians took to ensure our safety a
on sale in the grand bazaar in tehran. the importance to the iranian economy goes way along the jewelry business here. in recent years, iran has traded its oil reserves, particularly with turkey, in return for gold. it some of the newest sanctions imposed by the west tried to stop the trade, and there at the center is the new offer likely to be made to iran at the cash expand talks -- we will ease the gold sanctions if you make concessions on the nuclear program. >> this is a new elements and that is why it has some attraction on the u.s. part to maybe put it forward as an incentive, that maybe we would not implement it. the president at this point has the authority not to implement these new sanctions, prohibiting turkey from giving iran gold for six months. >> iran's most fortified nuclear facility is buried deep underground. closure would, again, be one of the demands of international negotiators and complicating things will be recent iranian claims of a discovered further natural deposits of raw uranium, tripling the amount of previous estimates. >> -- experts are not hopeful of pro
in the nebraska senate race. >> heather: ominous developments out of iran. tehran has announced locations for 16 more nuclear power plants days before talks with world powers over it's atomic program. the revolutionary guard most powerful force there is taking off three days of war drills. they involve air and ground units as they look to upgrade their combat readiness. conner powell has the latest from our middle east bureau. >> these war games come as the tension between iran and the rest of the world continues to mount. iranian state television said the goal of these war games is to improve the islamic republic combat readiness. tanks and troops video show attacks. israel accuse iran that they are trying to build a nuclear weapon a claim they subject that they say is for peaceful purposes. israel hinted that it would strike iran to prevent that program from going forward. they have tried to encourage the u.s. to launch a preemptive strike but so far the obama administration has pushed back primarily relying on tough sanctions which have hurt the iranian economy, but not the nuclear ambition.
. >> reporter: diane, good evening. we are coming to you live from tehran tonight. iran has allowed us in at this critical moment. the u.s. and much of the west convinced that iran continues to work toward those nuclear weapons. iran, of course, denying this and, as you point out, we are just days away now from the u.s. and iran joining a small group of others as they return to the negotiating table. we landed in iran, in a country where american journalists are rarely allowed to visit. and rarer still, we were given access to the people, the streets of tehran. above ground, a bustling city of 12 million. below ground, we discover a gleaming subway system, far quieter and cleaner than the famous subways of new york city. and there was something else very different. this says "women only" right here. the back of the train, reserved for women. but beyond the trains, the traffic, everywhere you look, there is something else on the move here. the prices. skyrocketing inflation. their currency losing 80% of its value in just the last year. u.s.-led sanctions tying an economic noose around i
to the people, the streets of tehran. above ground, a bustling city of 12 million. below ground, we discover a subway system, far quieter and cleaner than the subways of new york city. and there was something else very different. this says women only here. the back of the train reserved for women. beyond the trains, the traffic, everywhere you look there's something else on the move, the prices. skyrocketing inflation. their currency losing 80% of its value in just the last year. u.s.-led sanctions tying an economic noose around iran. >> i think it hurts the people. >> reporter: the iranian people. the relationship between the u.s. and iran never recovered after those 444 days. americans held hostage as the world watched. right here in the heart of downtown tehran, what used to be the u.s. embassy of course, the infamous backdrop to the hostage crisis that began unfolding in '79, you can see the gates are still here, still closed decades later. and behind us here what used to be the seal. you can still faintly make out the united states of america here. still today, the walls here painted wi
with iran to tell you about this morning. iranian official saying tehran would welcome direct talks with the u.s. coming after a response to remarks yesterday by vice-president joe biden. mr. biden said that the door is still hope for possible direct -- open for possible direct talks after a week of increased threats from tehran. just days ago iran unveiled its newest jet fighter, one that they claim can avoid radar detection, but those claims have not been confirmed. earlier this past week iran announced plans to ramp up you're rain yuurain yum enrichm. there's still the ongoing violence in syria, iran making a veiled threat against israel, warning any attack on its ally would in their view be considered an attack on iran itself. just days ago it's believed that israeli jet fighters bombed a target inside syria, taking weapons to hezbollah. joining us now is former u.s. ambassador to the united nations, john bolton, who joins us every sun morning about this time. good morning, ambassador. >> good morning. >> when you hear the vice-president talk about possible direct talks, any hop
struggle to meet his requirements in such remote places as tehran, casablanca, i described his choice of an use of supplies to prolong the after dinner discussions. my research told me what he ate and what he drank and how he interacted with staff and the british people during the war. somehow my hero turned to reality. as human beings the definite reactions, very negative reactions to white house cooking and mixed cocktails served across the world, and -- arguments from his generals, and diet warnings and suggestions from his wife, these were largely ignored especially the one that involves eating only tomatoes. as i dug into the material that became clear to me that someone with churchill's great conversational skills and ability to create a congenial setting, there was an advantage over most meetings, could be as long as he liked and in the case of dinner they could run into the wee hours when churchill gathers strength and others tired. his daughter reports luncheon and dinner conversations often became so extended that mealtimes tended to prolong themselves far into the afternoon
.s. willingness to engage in potential 1-on-1 talks with tehran over its disputed nuclear program. thiranian president ahmadinejad marking the anniversary of the 1979 islam i can revolution. he said he would be willing to engage the u.s. in 1-on-1 talks but only if western powers lift sanctions and other pressure off his country. will this work? joining us now as he does every sunday at this time, juice ambassador john bolton who is a fox news contributor. good morning, ambassador. >> good morning, eric. glad to be with you. >> good to see you. joe biden raised the possibility of 1-on-1 talks. what's the likely hood of u.s. officials sitting down with president ahmadinejad. >> pretty unlikely given that the ayatollah khomeine has pretty much ruled that out. this would be the moment to do that. biden clearly thinks he can help cut a deal. you've got a new secretary of state who believes in negotiation with iran almost like it's a theology. if i were sitting in tehran, i'd say i can get major concessions from the americans just to get them to the table. they may be thinking they're going to do
to the nation ahead of elections in june. a bleak warning of more political infighting in tehran. he also reports scorn on direct talks of the nuclear program. >> it has been a tough few weeks for the president. he had a lot to say on the anniversary of iran's islamic revolution. it was perhaps the most important address to the nation as president. >> the government is doing its business, but everybody should help. we need more unity. the government should not be under pressure from inside and outside. >> that pressure israel. the economy is not improving, while the gap is widening between-that pressure is a real. of the economy is not improving, while the gap is widening. he accused a second member of his inner circle. although the president ' s main message was unity, he alluded to difficulties to come. >> about regional issues and domestic issues, i should say something. but because i do not want to, i will postpone it for another time. >> there is the question of nuclear talks. the next round is 2 weeks away. the president, like the supreme leader, is not backing down. >> as the supre
staff struggled to meet his requirements in such places as tehran, casa blanca and yalta. i describe his choice of and use of cigars cigars to prolong aftn are discussions much research told me what he ate and what he drink and with whom and how he interreacted with staff and the british people during the war. somehow my hero turned to reality. a human being with definite reactions. very negative reactions, to white house cooking, to mixed cocktails served by hosts to him across the world to cheap cigars which the u.s. military tried to get away with giving him. to arguments from his generals. and to diet warnings and suggestions from his wife. these were largely ignored. especially the one that involved his eating only tomatoes. as i dug into all these materials it became clear to me that for someone with churchill's great conversational skill and his ability to create a congenial setting, he had an advantage for most meetings. they could be as long as he liked and in the case of dinner could run would the wee hours. >> his daughter mary reported dinner conversations often became to ext
by affleck and in real life, mendez went into tehran disguised as a producer scouting locations for his movie and turned the 6 americans who were hiding in the home of a canadian diplomat into members of his crew. outfitted with false identities, they passed through customs at the tehran airport and flew home to a joyous welcome. mendez had pulled off the perfect caper. >> it's like robbing banks except in our case, we had made it look like the money was still there. >> reporter: the other guy doesn't know he's been robbed. >> and he's happy. >> reporter: so how does a man who went into iran at the height of an anti-american revolution feel about the oscar? well, he's just back from l.a. and he told us, he was trembling. >> yeah. isn't that crazy? >> reporter: the spy who stepped out of the shadows and into the spotlight. david martin, cbs news, washington. >> and that's the "cbs evening news" for tonight. with thanks to the jones day law firm for this window on washington, and for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. captions
, mendez went into tehran disguised as a producer scouting locations for his movie and turned the six americans hiding in the home of a canadian diplomat into members of his crew. outfitted with false identities, they passed through customs at the tehran airport and flew home to a joyous welcome. mendez had pulled off the perfect caper. >> it's like robbing banks except in our case we had to make it look like the money was still there. >> reporter: the other guy doesn't know he's been robbed. >> and he's happy. >> reporter: (laughs) so how does a man who went into iran at the height of an anti-american revolution feel about the oscar? well, he's just back from l.a. and he told us he was trembling. >> yeah, isn't that crazy? >> reporter: the spy who stepped out of the shadows and into the spotlight. david martin, cbs news, washington. >> pelley: and that's the "cbs evening news" for tonight. with thanks to the jones day law firm for this window on washington and for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. captioning sponsored by cbs >>> tonight in your only local news a
. in terms of inducing tehran to make concessions, probably not. this does not seem productive. they were meant to slow down the iranian program. the cyber attacks seem to do so for a while. we have seen iran's program advance. i am not sure how those attacks are productive in terms of ehran to o her on-- the nefgotiate. >> secretary clinton condemned the associations. as the process of the developing of iranian program went ahead, slowing it down has been an objective for a long amount of time whether it involves the interaction of external supply or stuxnet. on the dprk, for different reasons, different approaches to the use of military force have been taken. in neither case as it resulted in the use of military force. the u.s. regrets that the north koreans have advanced their programs to the test stage. it is a mistake. i am not sure what we can do next. the chinese same to be concerned because the north koreans are being dependent upon china to provide a buffer of stability on the border. they are creating a zone of instability on china's border. we would hope china would play a more
in iran. vice-president joe biden underscoring u.s. willingness to talk 1-on-1 with tehran over its nuclear program, but only if the regime is serious about coming to the table. >> there's still time. there's still space for diplomacy backed by pressure to succeed. the ball is in the government of iran's court and it's well past time forte ran to for tehran to adopt a good faith approach to negotiations. >> molly henneberg is live from washington. holly? >> reporter: hi gregg. it takes two to have bilateral talks, and vice-president biden said the u.s. is trying to get iran to the table if iranian leaders are quote, serious about discussions on that nation's controversial nuclear program. previous discussions between iran and the five permanent members of the u.n. security council have not done much to stem iran's nuclear development. vice-president biden in munich, germany today for a security conference did not give a time frame for talks with iran but said this is when it will happen. >> when the iranian leadership, the extreme supreme leader is serious, we made it clear at the o
for the pastor institute and tarbiat modarres university. both are based in tehran. and according to intelligence out of europe, both are trying to buy lab equipment in the west that could be used to produce biological weapons. vaghari will argue in court that the equipment was for iranian professors who work in dubai. so you think the whole premise of the u.s. case is faulty. >> doesn't make sense. >> david kris is the head of the national security division at the justice department. he says most middlemen aren't in it for politics. >> they're people who i think primarily are motivated by profit. >> profit. they want the money. >> and they're adaptable and intelligent, and we have to adapt to keep pace with them. >> the vaghari case, he seems like such a low level guy. he operated out of his basement. he had no money. why would the iranians go to him? >> the iranians will exploit an opportunity if they see one, whether the guy is, you know, sort of some kind of fancy pants international arms dealer with a mink coat and a private jet, or whether he's some guy operating out of a basement somewhere
meet with officials from iran to discuss the nuclear program. the aim is to get tehran to agree to limits in exchange for the easing of sanctions. iran's president is in egypt this only for a meeting of middle east leaders. police arrested a protester for throwing a shoe at mahmoud ahmadinejad yesterday in cairo. just throwing the shoe to someone in the arab world is a huge sign of disrespect. remember this? the attack reminiscent of an attack in 2008 whennen iraqi reporter threw his shoes at former president george bush. >> presidential medals are awarded to the six people who died while protecting children at sandy hook elementary school. president obama will present the surviving family members with the medals next week at a white house ceremony given to four teachers, the school principal and a psychologist all gunned down december 14 trying to protect the children in their care. the 20-year-old shooter killed himself. >> next, the wild roundup on an east bay road. drivers encounter a creature better suited for the desert. >> florida teen talks back to a judge and pays the p
. washington hopes the move will force tehran to halt its nuclear program. >>> police in southern california are on the hunt for a man who used to be one of their own. former lapd officer christopher dorner is wanted in connection to a double hospital. the cal state basketball coach and is her fiancee were found shot to death sunday night. >>> some students at duke university say the kappa sigma fraternity went too far in throwing an asian-themed party. an invitation to the party was written in broken english and included a reference to kim jong il. members of duke's asian student association are protesting what they call a, quote, racist rager. >>> beginning in august, the post office will no longer deliver mail on saturdays. however, your packages will still show up in your mailbox. post office locations will remain open. it's expected to save the cash-strapped agency about $2 billion annually. >>> there's new research out that pinpoints the time and day of the week when a come looks her worst. i'm not kidding. drum roll. wednesday afternoon at 3:30 has been precising identified as the tim
but tehran shows no signs of halting its nuclear program or engaging in talks. >> brown: from our american graduate series, we have the story of a chicago non-profit that aims to change the lives of would-be dropouts. >> what's interesting about one goal is that it pinpoints and targets low-income, underperforming students in non- selective chicago public schools, students who are least likely to graduate from high school, let alone college. >> suarez: we look at newly released documents showing leaders in the catholic church in los angeles shielded pedophile priests and failed to report allegations of child abuse. >> brown: and gwen ifill talks with biographer jeanne theo- haris, who offers a complex portrait of the woman best known for refusing to give up her seat on an alabama bus in 1955. >> she is celebrated for one act
somewhere in tehran changing their military policy based on what they perceive as emerging military weakness, look, this is so important, jamie, in my opinion, that if she is sequestration cuts continue, the united states is going to have to relook at the entire national security policy. look, work college 101, it's about ends and means. if you cut the ends of the resources by 70, 80% we can't have the same national strategy to your point. we can't have two carriers in the middle east and one in the pacific. we can't afford to have a-- the deployment model for the army and the marine corps. we can't put our aircraft in the air. if we can't do that. then we're going to have to change our fundamental approach to national defense, jamie. >> before i let you go with all of that insight and information, general, president obama's message to congress is listen to leon panetta, who has obviously been a public servant, don't make these cuts. work out a resolution, what's your message to our congressional members on this? >> you know, i guess my message would be very simple, the american people and c
in a good part of the arabian peninsula. top temperature in tehran is 16 celsius. celsius. serena >> you are watching al-jazeera. u.s. general dunford take control of the u.s. forces in afghanistan. he is expected to oversee the withdrawal through 2014. in irenic, celebrating an anniversary of the 1979 revolution. president ahmadinejad wants to praise the country's technological achievements. in bahrain, national talks in ending a crisis are due to restart on sunday. it has been two years since the uprising began. three in nigeria have been killed after being attacked in a northern town. they are all believed to be south korean. it is not yet clear who was behind the killings. police in los angeles say they're looking back at the circumstances that led to the firing of an officer returned punitive -- turned fugitive, christopher dorner. he is now on the run accused of killing 03 people. it is thought he is hiding in the northern mountains of california but efforts to find him have been hampered by snowfall. first lady michelle obama and joined mourners in chicago for the funeral of a 15,
in iran indicating possible assistance from tehran. researchers estimate construction could be completed in 2016. they say it would enable north korea to launch rockets three to four times larger than previous versions. north korean officials used the mussendanri site to launch long-range ballistic missiles in 2006 and 2009. >> south korean defense ministers remain on alert for the possibility of another nuclear test by north korea. spokesperson kim min suk said the north has been preparing for a test at a northern tunnel in addition to the western one used on sunday. the tunnel entrance appears intact and no radioactive materials have been detected. the tunnel had containment walls to prevent an outflow of blast winds. >>> meanwhile, army commanders are actively preparing south korean troops for military conflict. an artillery exercise held near the north korean border and the media was invited to observe. the second artillery brigade conducted a shelling drill near the demilitarized zone. self-propelled howitzers fired. soldiers checked their speed and accuracy. >> translator: if we fa
tehran. the researchers estimate construction could be completed in 2016. they say it would enable north korea to launch rockets three to four times larger than previous versions. north korean officials used the musudan-ri site to launch long-range ballistic missiles in 2006 and 2009. >>> now, south korean defense ministry officials cia they remain on alert for the possibility of another nuclear test in the north. spoke person said the north koreans have been preparing for a nuclear test at a southern tunnel in addition to the western one that was used on tuesday. kim said the entrance of the western tunnel appears to be intact after the underground explosion. he said no radioactive materials have been detected because the tunnel had containment walls to prevent an outflow of blast winds. >>> meanwhile, army commanders are preparing south korean troops in case of a military conflict they held an artillery exercise and invited the media to observe. the second artillery brigade conducted a shelling drill near the demilitarized zone. canine self-pro felled howitzers and multi-launchers fire
it a win-win for both parties, tehran can slaughter more iranians and build nuclear and president obama will kick the can down the road and say he scored a diplomatic coup -- >> do you think there can be a breakthrough? >> i think the administration will certainly try that. particularly with the new secretary of state and new secretary of defense and pros are coming in. they want to show they can have a quick success. they will not negotiate with north korea at the moment so they will try with iran. i am very worried their desire to have a negotiation will cause them to make the kinds of concessions that iran wants and to get that legitimacy as they continue to support the assad regime and syria to support terrorists around the region and continue to make progress toward that objective. >> eric: negotiations in two weeks, do you expect anything coming from that? >> no, i think it's more than a exercise. they are going to continue ahead absent some indication from the governmental of israel that they are prepared to use military force. we'll have to see what happens. >> eric: ambassador
a preemptive strike. leaders in tehran say they're developing atomic energy for peaceful purposes. netanyahu says iran will be at the top of his agenda when u.s. president barack obama visits israel next month. >>> chinese officials have tak over management of a port in pakistan. officials from a chinese state run firm acquired the rights last month to control gwadar port in south western pakistan. it lies near the strait of hormuz. pakistani president and chinese ambassador attended a hand over ceremony in the capital. the port is strategic for chichn it imports crude oil from the north. >> it gives importance to china-pakistan relations. >> the chinese ambassador says much of china remains unstable. they must take advantage when they see openings. >> to seize opportunities. >> chise companies were recent involved in a series of port projects in myanmar. the entrance into pakistan has raised concerns in india. >>> people in many parts of china say the clouds of smog they have seen for weeks make it harder to breathe. scientists say particles in the air could damage people's health. research
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